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Mediterranea16 Young Artists Biennial

An international multidisciplinary event taking place in Ancona, Italy, from June 6th to July 7th 2013, involving more than 250 artists.

The Ministry of Culture is pleased to invite applications for participation in a exhibition “Mediterranea16”, promoted via the Little Constellation organisation.
Bjcem and the City of Ancona promote Mediterranea16 Young Artists Biennial, an international multidisciplinary event taking place in Ancona, Italy, from June 6th to July 7th 2013, involving more than 250 artists.
Since its inception in 1985, the Biennial takes place every two years in a different city in the Mediterranean area focusing on young artists and creators. Bjcem is an international network with more than 70 members and partners from Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The call is open to visual artists, filmmakers, writers, performers, musicians, designers and cultural researchers under the age of 35 years old (born before December 31st 1977). Artists have to present one specific proposal related to the concept. The participation to the call is free of charge. The closing date for submission is the 27th of January 2013. Artists will be selected by the curatorial team from the Little Constellation organisation.
Quality of work and the bearing on the guidelines will be the basic selection criteria.
Artists selected will be invited to attend the event and present their work. The organisation will provide the shipment of the work, the insurance, set up, production of site specific projects, travel, board and lodging. No fee will be provided for the participation.
The application must be submitted online at:
For further information please visit www.bjcem.org or contact Gino
Sanguinetti at the Fine Arts Gallery, Casemates, Tel: 20052126.